Tag Archives: Signs and Symptoms

Psoriasis characterizations continued…. – (Posted late on 01/18 from 01/17)

As I stipulated in my last post, I would continue on tonight with the rest of the descriptions for the various varieties of psoriasis. I believe I left off of Guttate psoriasis, so I will begin with Inverse psoriasis. The … Continue reading

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Psoriasis symptoms may vary – (Posted late on 01/18 from 01/16)

The more I research, the more I understand that psoriasis symptoms can vary. They may vary due to the type of plaque psoriasis that your client has and may also be associated with psoriatic arthritis. If your client has psoriatic … Continue reading

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Let’s talk about psoriasis – (Posted late on 01/17 from 01/15)

So, I have a client that has been diagnosed with psoriasis. I don’t know anything about what this is, so, of course, I am researching it. Now I will let you know what I have found out. To be blunt, … Continue reading

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Water consumption and Vitamin B12

While in Louisville, Kentucky, with my family this weekend, I overheard a waitress explain that since she began taking Vitamin B12 supplements, she consumes much more water on a daily basis than she ever has before. I wondered about this … Continue reading

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Can there be complications with ACA? – (Posted late on 12/30 from 12/26)

Acute Cerebellar Ataxia, otherwise being referred to as ACA, may become permanent in some elders if they have suffered from a stroke, an infectious disease or if they are bleeding into their cerebellum. Besides your cerebellum being at higher risk, … Continue reading

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How is ACA diagnosed? – (Posted late on 12/29 from 12/23)

Once dad or anyone suspected of having a damaged cerebellum sees a neurologist, they need to realize (and so will you as their caretaker) that several tests will need to be run to see exactly what has caused the damage … Continue reading

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Symptoms of ACA – (Posted late on 12/29 from 12/22)

According to the website http://www.healthline.com/health/acute-cerebellar-ataxia#Complications6, the symptoms of ACA (Acute Cerebellar Ataxia) include the following: impaired coordination in the torso or arms and legs frequent stumbling an unsteady gait uncontrolled or repetitive eye movements trouble eating and performing other fine … Continue reading

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